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Trijicon TA91: Tenebraex killFlash Anti-Reflection Device with LFU for 4x32 RCO ACOG Scope
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First, this is not designed to protect your front objective, or "look cool." The ACOG's front objective is recessed deeply enough in the rugged housing to prevent any direct contact with any offending item that could do it harm. Second, the "rubber band" method of securing this is quick and easy, but not the most reliable or durable way to affix the KF. For most of us it works just fine, but for those who actually *use* their rifles in very demanding conditions this could be a failure point, resulting in a lost KF. Third, the honeycomb plastic that is the actual functional part of the Killflash is literally paper-thin and is easily deformed. Any deformation shows up through the ACOG and blocks visibility. Lastly, the KF does impact light transmission through the optic, but very nominally. During adequate light this isn't noticeable, but at dawn / dusk it does affect visibility, so you'll want to remove it (you won't need it at those times anyway).
I'm not down on the Killflash at all, but thought it would be good to apprise any potential buyers of some of the minor things that may or may not be an issue.Read more ›
I will also note that the scope coat ordered directly through Trijicon for the TA31RMR has a really lousy fit even without the flash hider installed. With the flash hider installed, the scope coat needs to be stretched to an uncomfortable level, and just barely covers the eye piece.
My ACOG scope is mounted to the handle of the M4 platform. It has a channel in the bottom of the mount allowing use of iron sights should the scope become unusable. This anti-reflective device has a tab at the bottom that fits into AND BLOCKS the opening for the iron sights. It cannot be repositioned elsewhere.
To transition to iron sights, it would be necessary to quickly strip the anti-reflective device from the scope. In training, we often transition to iron sights just to keep in practice. This device makes it somewhat annoying.
I will keep it mounted on the scope and continue to deal with the aforementioned problem.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is good for the intended purpose of a killflash. You dont even notice it in your optic.Published 1 month ago by No BS
This thing is great. It cuts the scope reflection without interfering with the view through the scope. Read morePublished 6 months ago by JC
fit a bit loose, put some electric tape on top so make it fit snag.Published 6 months ago by Y. Wang
Much easier to install than anticipated. Very good product which matches well with the ACOG 4x32Published 8 months ago by Lawrence R Fraley
Works great as designed keeping down glare from scope lens, very light, but sturdy construction. And once attached to ACOG, it doesn't move or rattle around, which is great!Published 9 months ago by William E Stiefel
Works great, no distortion when looking through the scope. Fits snugly in place no movement or rattle. Reduces reflection of light off of scope very well.Published 10 months ago by Matthew M.